Saturday, 27 May 2017

Seven Tips for Coping with Summer Depression

I’ve heard it said that July is “the happiest month.” Long lazy days, vacation time, and warm sunny weather lead many to regard summer as the feel-good time of the year. But for a surprising number of people, summer is a time for mild to severe depression. Just as winter can cause seasonal affective disorder in many people, summertime can trigger a lesser known form of reverse seasonal affective disorder, called summer depression. While I’ve never been diagnosed with depression, I have noticed that both the longest and the shortest days of the year are not my optimal time. During

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